Solve Your Most Difficult CMMC Challenges.

While Anchor is used by the U.S. Department of Defense, effective cyber security doesn’t have to be limited to government agencies and large enterprises. Anchor can provide easy, affordable CMMC data protection with FIPS 140-2-validated encryption for all businesses.

CMMC Data Compliance Made Easy

The Department of Defense requires CMMC for contractors and subcontractors. This means get your cybersecurity in order or you can no longer bid on defense contracts. Anchor helps achieve CMMC compliance without changing the way you operate or disrupting your business.

Part of Something Bigger

Your work supports our national defense and for that we are grateful. It also makes you a target.

Protecting defense-related information from foreign intelligence is critical to protect America. Cybersecurity is no longer a choice.

Keep It Simple & Affordable

Anchor is the most cost effective way to protect the sensitive information you’re entrusted with and it doesn’t force you to dramatically change the way your business works.

Anchor is proud to be your secret weapon in achieving CMMC compliance.

Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)

The CMMC 2.0 defines 3 levels of cybersecurity maturity at which an organization can be certified. Each level has high-level capabilities and detailed practices that must be in place and within the CMMC framework.

Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI)

Controlled Unclassified Information, or CUI, is sensitive data related to national security and defense that contractors are required to safeguard. Contractors dealing with CUI must be CMMC level 2 certified.

Anchor Your CUI For CMMC Compliance

Anchor is an easy, affordable CUI encryption, access control, and auditing tool. It’s your secret weapon for CMMC compliance without requiring dramatic changes to your workflow. Anchor brings affordable modern security to your existing infrastructure so that you don’t have to go bankrupt for compliance.

CMMC Data Protection Simplified

Anchor simplifies your system architecture that contains CUI. Instead of a complex system of networks and computers, CUI is kept in a limited set of Anchor protected files. Rather than trusting your network and computers, Anchor protects CUI from them with strong encryption and limits access to explicitly authorized users and applications. This dramatically reduces the attack surface of the system resulting in better CUI protection with less effort at a lower cost.

Anchor simplifies CMMC compliance by separating data protection and access control from your network and instead provides them independently as a service. In other words, Anchor removes your network from the equation and directly protects the CUI itself.

We call this “universal zero trust” data security. Anchor shrinks the attack surface all the way down to the CUI itself, protecting it directly with strong encryption and powerfully simple access control.

Anchor Provides Compliance with CMMC Certification

With Anchor the “system” is the set of Anchor-protected files containing CUI. Anchor simplifies CMMC compliance by reducing the system boundary from a complex architecture of networks and computers to a narrow set of anchored files. Minimizing the attack surface with Anchor zero-trust data security means an attacker being on the same network or even on the same computer as CUI does not expose it to them.

Quick Guide For CMMC Compliance

This document provides a comprehensive overview of CMMC 2.0 Level 2 and NIST 800-171 controls mapping that Anchor addresses. This guide will be your key to success in achieving CMMC compliance with Anchor.

Anchor Security Architecture For CMMC

This brief introduction to the basic CMMC requirements provides examples of IT infrastructures and how Anchor fits in each. We provide a detailed mapping exercise illustrating the domains and subdomains covered by the Anchor platform.

Learn How NIST Supports Manufacturers

The integration of physical production and digital technologies has forever transformed the factory floor, but small manufacturers have often failed to protect their investments in these new technologies with a comparable investment in cybersecurity. 

Find out how your company can use crypto-technology that allows security to travel with the data versus within the confines of our network.

With Anchor, users can collaborate and share sensitive files anywhere, without an organization sacrificing control of their data security. Contact us to see how.